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Guide to E-Books
Below is a link to our LibGuide on how to use our e-book collection:
Everyday Finance: Economics, Personal Money Management, and Entrepreneurship
Provides a mix of basic and practical information on economics, personal money management, and starting a business.
Kiplinger's Practical Guide to Your Money
Down-to-earth, useful money-management advice from the former editor of the nation's first personal finance magazine, this guide tackles everything from basic budgeting and beginning investing to paying for college and helping aging parents with their financial issues.
Personal Finance for Dummies
Financial counselor Eric Tyson combines his time-tested financial advice along with updates to his strategies that reflect changing economic conditions, giving you a better-than-ever guide to taking an honest look at your current financial health and setting realistic goals for the future.
The busy family's guide to money
It contains a lot of nuts-and-bolts information about saving, spending, and investing.
Understanding the mathematics of personal finance
Explains how mathematics, a simple calculator, and basic computer spreadsheets can be used to break down and understand even the most complex loan structures. In an easy-to-follow style, the book clearly explains the workings of basic financial calculations, captures the concepts behind loans and interest in a step-by-step manner, and details how these steps can be implemented for practical purposes. Rather than simply providing investment and borrowing strategies, the author successfully equips readers with the skills needed to make accurate and effective decisions in all aspects of personal finance ventures, including mortgages, annuities, life insurance, and credit card debt.
Your money and your life a lifetime approach to money management
This book will help you with the key spending and investment decisions as you move from your twenties to your forties, fifties, sixties, and seventies.